Oasis Systems

  • Project Manager (IAMD)

    Job Locations US-MA-Bedford / Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/27/2018 5:39 PM)
    Requisition Number
    Project Management
  • Overview


    Serve as a Project Manager supporting the Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) program ofice, located at Hanscom AFB, MA.


    Represent Air Force to Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) Joint System Engineering Team (JSET) and report to the Director of Engineering.








    • Bachelor’s Degree and 7 years of acquisition program management is required, 2 of which must be in defense acquisitions.
    • Extensive knowledge of DoD, Air Force, systems acquisitions, and program management required .
    • Knowledge of IAMD programs and understanding of Air Force battle management command and control (BMC2) communications networks is beneficial.
    • Strong oral and written communication skills required.
    • Ability to work independently on assigned tasks without assistance from other contractor employees.
    • Must have an active US security clearance.







    • Monitor the progress and status of IAMD JSET acquisition activities and contract efforts.
    • Participate in IAMD Integrated Process Team (IPT) and Working Group (WG) activities.
    • Coordinate with AF programs’ participation in JSET activities.
    • Participate in JSET Status and JSET WG telecons.
    • Interface with the IAMD Technical Authority (Missile Defense Agency).
    • Lead Air Force participation in IAMD JSET activities regarding Joint IAMD Planning Capabilities.
    • Participate in Joint IAMD Planning Capability (JIPC) WG in analyzing system architecture of the existing joint IAMD planning systems.
    • Assess IAMD systems in development; perform gap assessments by comparing Joint needs and capabilities.
    • Integrate JIPC WG activities with Air Force Aerospace Operation Center (AOC)’s Area Air Defense Plan (AADP) process.



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